Shouldn't Cheaters' Team Come To Africa?

Watching some of my recorded Episodes last night ( I had recorded until the decoder is warning me of less disc space, and no time to watch). I decided last nite to leave you all OYO and enjoy Joey Greco catching  all the unfaithful men and women. I laughed so much that I wished this was live where I can look into the victims' eye and laugh even more.

My favourite part  has always been the venue where the team arrives and kind of "pounces" on the cheating men/women are caught red handed and then they pick race, or try to block the
cameras with their hands. The fights, the helplessness in the eyes of the guilty. I like.

Watching Cheaters make me grateful that I am in these parts where people are so religious that even Joey Greco will have bad market if he dare visits. I really do wish Joey comes to Africa, especially Nigeria. You know, over here we are strong believers. We are God fearing people who definitely believe in a supreme being. The names might differ but Nigerians? we have so much respect for "A Supreme Being."

Seeing Cheaters will make you think that infidelity is taking over the world (GOD FORBID). My happiness is that in my country, there are places of worship everywhere and I would love to prove to them that things are different here. That no matter their cameras and devices, they can't catch like that here. 

The fear of God won't let Nigerians live like that. To me, the most faithful men you can find are Nigerian men. This team eh, they never miss. Always proving their clients' instincts right. They should come so that at least we prove something to them; That over here, men especially are very faithful.

Shouldn't cheaters just try Nigeria?

Comments

  1. Brandy6/13/2013

    Hehehe, Cheaters in Nigeria? Yawa go gass be that. Aunty Eya I don't agree with your point about Naija men o. Na opposite you talk abeg.

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  2. Anonymous6/13/2013

    I love cheaters a lot but coming here nahhhh.
    Their arrival could spell disaster of the highest order. What you don't know won't kill.

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  3. "The most faithful men are Nigerian Men" ???
    *coughs
    *coughs again*
    Dazz All

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  4. Lmao!! Nigerian men indeed!! Abeg make them come o

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  5. I used to love d show until I discovered some of d ppl were paid actors. There was an episode where joey was stabbed by a 'cheater'. Went online to follow up how he got thru it, only to discover that it was staged. As with many other episodes of the programme. SMHRME

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    1. Anonymous6/13/2013

      Really? I watched that episode too

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  6. Great post here!



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    1. Anonymous6/13/2013

      You sef chidinma, what do you mean by Great post here??? Na comment be that?

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  7. Queen Bee6/13/2013

    Aunty Eya,i want to believe u are just being sarcastic:nigerian men most faithful?no wayy!!!
    And here we truely have more places of worship but are still the worst sinners and most wicked pple to one another
    Pple making passes at gals and even married women right in dose places of worship!

    Cheaters in Nigeria will just make most kids grow up the rest of their growing up in broken homes cos the revelations will be overwhelming!
    They shouldn't come o abeg,i am of the school of thought that whatever u don't know will not kill u.
    Shikenan!

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  8. Queen Bee6/13/2013

    Aunty Eya,i want to believe u are just being sarcastic:nigerian men most faithful?no wayy!!!
    And here we truely have more places of worship but are still the worst sinners and most wicked pple to one another
    Pple making passes at gals and even married women right in dose places of worship!

    Cheaters in Nigeria will just make most kids grow up the rest of their growing up in broken homes cos the revelations will be overwhelming!
    They shouldn't come o abeg,i am of the school of thought that whatever u don't know will not kill u.
    Shikenan!

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  9. MissSawyerr6/13/2013

    Watched one episode where joey was stabbed on a boat... So imagine if na naija? Na to dey pour acid ontop eachother...

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  10. Eya please on what channel and at wat time is it aired? i have never watched it

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    1. It's fun Nana. CBS Reality Channel 132. I just watched the 8PM episode this night.

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  11. Dont agree with you too, a lot of unfaithful Naija men, cheaters go get market plenty!

    dressed2dnines.blogspot.com

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  12. Aunty Eya I think I'm glued to cheaters just like you are to BBA. Naija men are certainly NOT the most faithful. Infact they are the most unfaithful.
    If u catch a naija man red handed cheating he'll either tell you you are losing ur mind and imagining things (and you'll most likely believe him) or cook up a story how he was trying to resusitate the babe coz she collapsed.

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  13. Anonymous6/13/2013

    Aunty Eya pls do ur anlysis very well, Nigeria is one of the countries with the highest infidelity rank now oh! Both male and female.

    Patsy

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  14. Anonymous6/13/2013

    Aunty Eya pls do ur anlysis very well, Nigeria is one of the countries with the highest infidelity rank now oh! Both male and female.

    Patsy

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  15. Anonymous6/13/2013

    We should re-introduce “Magu”… dat one dey catch pieces. Dis one work pass cheaters!

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  16. Anonymous6/13/2013

    Aunt Eya did you see the episode where there was a Nigerian immigrant married to an Akata lady? That episode was hilarious. But I don't think you should be glued to it like that it kinda give you some funny ideas

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    1. No, I didn't see it. After Paloma on AIT, I watched some other mexican operas that can change one completely. If those ones no give funny ideas, this can't o.

      I don't even have time to watch. I keep scheduling automatic redording, waiting for when I'll be able to watch all my recorded episodes.

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